The Gansevoort Hotel Group will open its fourth, and most upscale property this summer, Gansevoort Park at the corner of Park Avenue and 29th Street. The 249-room urban resort promises an uptown experience with a downtown vibe, while elevating the rooftop pool to new heights.
Just as Gansevoort’s first location in the Meatpacking District is credited with spurring the neighborhood’s transition from gritty to chic, Gansevoort Park aspires to invigorate this corridor of the city on Park Avenue between Madison Square and Gramercy Park. Built from the ground up on what had formerly been Marathon bank, Gansevoort Park aspires to be the crown jewel in a number of new hotels in the area.
Amenities at the Gansevoort Park will include generously sized guest rooms and suites, many with balconies and floor-to-ceiling windows; a heated indoor-outdoor pool; six distinctive event spaces; unobstructed views of the Empire State Building; an Exhale Spa; and a Cutler Salon. The hotel will also boast an Italian trattoria and an infusion liquor bar.
Gansevoort Park’s design will be decidedly contemporary with some classical references and inspiration drawn from a peek-a-boo aesthetic of 1940s glam.